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Dennis Domer, professor of architecture at the University of Kansas, presented a course on the history of Lawrence, Kansas, entitled, Biography of a City: Lawrence. These 15 videotapes of the course were produced by KU's Division of Continuing Education.
The Ladies of Lawrence presented this album to Edmund Gibson Ross, Commandant at Lawrence, for his action of closing the liquor shops in the town. The photographs are mounted four per page.
Margaret Thompson Henderson was born in Parsons, Kansas and graduated from the University of Kansas at Lawrence in 1905. Her 91-page scrapbook of news clippings from the early 1900s chronicles notable people, places and events in the history of Kansas, the Lawrence community, and the University of Kansas. Included are published poems, biographies, and obituaries of famous Kansans.